Last month, a number of WWE employees went public about their fight with coronavirus. Kayla Braxton was one of those WWE stars who came out and admitted the same. She also mentioned how it was her second battle with the virus. Thankfully, she’s out of the critical situation who also attended this week’s SmackDown.
Kayla Braxton updated fans of her status through Instagram posting a photo of herself in front of the WWE logo. She announced to be back on SmackDown tapings after testing negative for the coronavirus as the photo was taken backstage at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. She was delighted to get back on TV and doing what she does best and, that is to throw questions to the in-ring competitors.
In the absence of Kayla Braxton on SmackDown due to coronavirus, Sarah Schreiber has been filling in for her. The blonde head did a fantabulous job, but it appeared that Braxton was quickly back to work to share the backstage duties with her. Below is the line, she posted to announce the return,
“I’m baccckkkkk! Tune into Friday Night Smackdown tonight on FOX.”
It should be noted that Kayla Braxton got some serious props backstage for revealing her positive coronavirus test on her own. Although WWE wasn’t pretty cool with the idea of employees announcing their positive results, at one point, she showed a lot of courage while doing it.
It was significant since it was her second time with the virus. Hopefully, she has beaten the virus forever and will regularly feature on Friday Night SmackDown.
For those who don’t know, Braxton was tested positive with coronavirus test at the WWE Performance Center back in March when WWE wasn’t dealing with this one being a big threat.
They tried to hide all the information until the woman in concern opened up, herself. A week ago, The Bump’s host shared the great news of getting fully recovered and being ready to see the world again while she’s putting her mask on.
Bryan Alvarez recently reported on Wrestling Observer Live that WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has not publicly shared his thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic. But sources have told him that he might not be taking it too seriously,
“Vince McMahon has never said anything publicly about what he thinks about the coronavirus. He’s never said anything publicly … I have heard from multiple sources that Vince does not think that this is all that bad. I hesitate to even say that. I’m not sitting here saying that he outright thinks its a hoax or whatever.”